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# 40806 3-Sep-2009 18:52
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Title is pretty self explantory, does anyone have any proof that these exist?

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  # 252978 3-Sep-2009 18:54
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I can't find a nVidia GTX 300 the 3 Main wholesalers inventory and IIRC these haven't been released yet

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  # 252990 3-Sep-2009 19:26
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No, i do not have any concrete proof. I've heard plenty or rumours that they should be out at the end of this year/early next year.
You can be certain something from both these companies is coming; it's called technological advancement, if either company stood still they wouldn't be making much money and we'd all still be playing doom instead of crysis.
If the rumours are to be believed it should be a big step up.




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  # 253038 3-Sep-2009 21:32
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Yea I heard about these cards while doing some research for my up-coming computer build, but all thay people can agree on is that they're supposed to be much better than the current cards. However, I really don't know how much sustinence these rumours have, so I was hoping that someone here might be able to give me a bit more of a specific answer.

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  # 253127 4-Sep-2009 11:55
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The next generation of hardware is as always in development. They don't exist as retail products yet of course.

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